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#Small Business

# small-business - Friday 9 March, 2012’s progress report for the Government: SMEs, credit for businesses

Small firms have long complained about the shortage of credit to get them up and running. How has Richard Bruton responded?

# small-business - Thursday 16 February, 2012

More than half of loans to hotels and restaurants are in trouble

New figures from the Central Bank show that almost one third of all loans to SMEs are not being paid back or have been defaulted upon.

# small-business - Tuesday 24 January, 2012

Occupy Dame Street camp is "killing" Temple Bar businesses Dublin This post contains images

Occupy Dame Street camp is "killing" Temple Bar businesses

Small business owners said today that the camp is stopping people from vising shops in the area.

# small-business - Tuesday 6 December, 2011

Readers' panel: Small business owner

Con Traas owns a small business in south Tipperary and is concerned about the effect of the rise in VAT rate.

# small-business - Monday 5 December, 2011

Dublin councillors reject flood defence plan for Clontarf

The plan was unanimously rejected at a Council meeting this evening after several thousand residents of the Dublin suburb objected to the controversial plan.

# small-business - Thursday 27 October, 2011

New initiative will make applying for credit 'easier' for businesses

The new Standardised SME Lending Application Form, adopted by AIB and Bank of Ireland, will help businesses to identify exactly what is required of them when applying for credit, says the Minister for Small Business

# small-business - Tuesday 9 November, 2010

You wait forever for some good economic news...

.. and then along comes 18 good headlines (and 1,200 jobs) all at once.